Fell Back (Fell, #2)
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Fell Back (Fell #2)

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When a classmate at his exclusive private school falls to his death from a tower, seventeen-year-old John Fell is determined to find out whether the incident was suicide, accident, or murder.
This book picks up where Fell left off, with Lasher, a member of Sevens (the elite club at Gardner prep school) falling to his death. Despite himself, Fell, whose father was a private...more
Hardcover, 181 pages
Published September 1st 1989 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Ermy
Truly a great thriller, Kept me craving for more. The biggest downside: the suspense had a bit of a snag during the "chase" for the truth. The ending, though rather bland-ish, was justifiable so readers can wrap their heads around the finale as it transitions to the final book in the series.
Melanie Schweiger
Although these books are a little dated, I think my students would enjoy reading them...teen drama mixed with a little mystery.
Ellen Thielen
The 2nd in the series was better than the 1st. Now on to the 3rd...
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M. E. Kerr was born Marijane Meaker in Auburn, New York. Her interest in writing began with her father, who loved to read, and her mother, who loved to tell stories of neighborhood gossip. Unable to find an agent to represent her work, Meaker became her own agent, and wrote articles and books under a series of pseudonyms: Vin Packer, Ann Aldrich, Laura Winston, M. E. Kerr, and Mary James. As M. E....more
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